Oneida County Snowmobiling


Trail Reports & Snow Conditions

Listed below are trail reports provided by area snowmobile clubs. For current trail conditions please call the hotline number provided above.

  • OutdoorsAdv
    TRAIL REPORT
    Mar 13, 2012 at 11:00 AM
    Conditions:
    Update from the New Tom Snow-Fleas website: Poor, Icy in spots, bare in others. Oneida County State funded trails will officially closes on Wednesday March 14th at 8:00am.
  • OutdoorsAdv
    TRAIL REPORT
    Feb 15, 2012 at 09:54 AM
    Conditions:
    Update from the New Tom Snow-Fleas website: The trails are still ridable but there is a need for another good snow storm. Last Thursday night our area got about 2 plus inches of snow. That put the trails back to the "good" condition. Any trail that was down to dirt will have a "white" coating but no real base. I recommend to get to the Lake Tomahawk area take Corridor 17 at Woodruff Rd. That will take you to downtown Lk. Tom. on a "Very Good snowy in the woods trail." Other trails have some bare spots but if you watch were you are going and not driving like a maniace you will beable to wind your way through the bad spots. We will update this report if and when conditions change. Ride safe and have fun this week.

    As of 2/15/12 Logging has started near our 370 trail by Dove road and also on our 170 trail near Sweeny Lk. and Bass Lk. Rd. Use caution in those area's because the trail will be rough.
  • OutdoorsAdv
    TRAIL REPORT
    Feb 02, 2012 at 02:38 PM
    Conditions:
    Update from the New Tom Sno-Fleas website: Trails are fair to good riding condition. A few bare spots showing up on corners. However we are having some real WARM daytime temps. (in the 40's) That will be very hard on the trails. Ride safe!
  • OutdoorsAdv
    TRAIL REPORT
    Jan 25, 2012 at 04:29 PM
    Conditions:
    Update from the New Tom Sno-Fleas Website.
    Trails are good to very good. Thanks to our "New" snow on the 23rd. The snow does not have much body til it gets groomed a few times to get the "air" out. Then it will setup and stay put longer on the trails. Take it a little easy out there. Otherwise your carbides don't have much of a grip in the "fluff". After this snow gets groomed a couple times the trails will be excellent! Please ride responsibly.
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